Tag Along in Tel Aviv

We only had about 24 hours in this city, voted the 3rd most interesting by Lonely Planet in 2011, but we packed in some history lessons, current events, beach time, and night life.   Tag along for the highlights…

 

The Beach

 

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Independence Hall

 

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Rabin Square

 

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Lunch at Hippo

Serving Sabich on Lafa or Pita (YUM!)

 

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Best lunch EVER!

 

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Next Stop…Jerusalem!

 

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17 thoughts on “Tag Along in Tel Aviv

    • I am working on that one now. We did so much in the city and it is so incredible that I’m having trouble fitting it into just one post. You’ll have to let me know what you think!

    • Luckily it was split into two days but not more than 24 hours. We packed tons into every day which was great while I was there but meant that I was catching up on sleep all of last week : )

      Thanks for the comment!

    • Thanks! It was an incredible journey and I am starting to adjust to being back in the states : ) We are heading to WI the next few weekends but would love to find a time Mid August to get together and chat!

    • Hmm good question!
      It reminded me of the Ocean side beaches but much warmer and not as clear as the gulf side beaches. The sand was pretty similar to the the beaches we go to near Ft Lauderdale.

  1. The Tel Aviv beach should be on top of everyone’s list if they have 24 hours to spend in Israel. Of course, one mustn’t forget to roam around Jaffa Hill and Neve Tzedek, shop at Allenby or Dizengoff Center, go further to Mazada and Dead Sea, while having shwarma, felafel, and whole bunch of delicious Middle Eastern salads.

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